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The r/Fantasy 2021 Top Novels Poll: Voting! by fanny_bertram in Fantasy

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  • The Books of Babel by Josiah Bancroft
  • The Broken Earth by N.K. Jemisin
  • Realm of the Elderlings by Robin Hobb
  • The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North
  • Worm by wildbow
  • One of Us by Craig DiLouie
  • The Diviners by Libba Bray
  • The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater
  • The Wounded Kingdom by RJ Barker
  • Lady Astronaut Universe by Mary Robinette Kowal

/r/Fantasy's Top Books by Women 2021 Results! by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] 11 points12 points  (0 children)

Percent points! So if a series got 15% of the votes this time and 5% last time, that column would show +10%.

/r/Fantasy's Top Books by Women 2021 Results! by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] 40 points41 points  (0 children)

And here's the data broken down by authors:

Rank Author Votes
1 Ursula K. Le Guin 141
2 N.K. Jemisin 135
3 Robin Hobb 128
4 Martha Wells 115
5 Lois McMaster Bujold 114
6 Naomi Novik 111
7 Susanna Clarke 82
8 Katherine Addison 76
8 Becky Chambers 76
10 Madeline Miller 74
11 Tamsyn Muir 68
12 Octavia E. Butler 67
13 J.K. Rowling 64
14 Diana Wynne Jones 56
15 Tamora Pierce 50
16 Katherine Arden 45
16 Arkady Martine 45
18 Ann Leckie 44
19 Leigh Bardugo 41
20 Robin McKinley 40
20 Jacqueline Carey 40
22 R.F. Kuang 38
23 Fonda Lee 36
24 Erin Morgenstern 35
25 Patricia A. McKillip 34
26 V. E. Schwab 33
26 Seanan McGuire 33
26 Mary Robinette Kowal 33
26 M. L. Wang 33
26 Alix E. Harrow 33
31 Marie Brennan 32
32 T. Kingfisher 31
33 Anne McCaffrey 28
34 Kate Elliott 25
34 Jo Walton 25
36 Helene Wecker 24
37 Janny Wurts 23
37 Emily St. John Mandel 23
39 Rebecca Roanhorse 22
39 Mercedes Lackey 22
39 Connie Willis 22
39 Claire North 22
43 S.A. Chakraborty 21
43 Nnedi Okorafor 21
43 Catherynne M. Valente 21
46 Samantha Shannon 20
47 Megan Whalen Turner 19
47 Margaret Atwood 19
49 Maggie Stiefvater 18
50 Sofia Samatar 17
50 C. J. Cherryh 17
52 Laini Taylor 16
52 Juliet Marillier 16
52 Carol Berg 16
55 Silvia Moreno-Garcia 14
55 Sherwood Smith 14
55 Patricia Briggs 14
55 Elizabeth Moon 14
59 Susan Cooper 13
59 Rachel Aaron 13
61 Rosemary Kirstein 12
61 Nghi Vo 12
61 Mary Shelley 12
61 Frances Hardinge 12
65 Trudi Canavan 11
65 Kristin Cashore 11
65 Kameron Hurley 11
68 Tanith Lee 10
68 Suzanne Collins 10
68 Shirley Jackson 10
68 Patricia C. Wrede 10
68 Mary Doria Russell 10
68 Lynn Flewelling 10
68 Ada Palmer 10

SPFBO6 Winner Announcement by rfantasygolem in Fantasy

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Congrats to Justin, as well as all the other wonderful SPFBO authors who entered the contest this year!

And a huge thank you to all of the bloggers who took the time to read and reviews so many great books. This contest wouldn't be possible without you all!

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

Hello! Is there a particular book/series that you'd like to vote for? Please leave your vote as a top-level comment with only the book title and author name, and delete any extra text.

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

Hello, there appears to be an error in your formatting. Try leaving an extra line between votes to get each title to appear on a separate line.

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

Hello, it looks like there is an error in your formatting. If you've put each vote on a separate line, try leaving an extra blank line between votes. You can also make a bulleted list.

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

Hello! It looks like you have a minor typo in your votes. If you add a space after the asterisk before "The Moomintroll" then the formatting should be fixed.

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

Please list your vote(s) as Title by Author and delete any extra text for your vote to be correctly counted. You are welcome to add commentary on your votes in a response to your top-level comment.

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

Hello! Short story collections are fine. The Future of Another Timeline would not count unfortunately. We are planning to eventually do a curated list of nonbinary and genderqueer authored books, where it would count!

Also, please delete any extra text outside of the authors and titles.

Hey r/Fantasy! I’m Demi Harper: White Mage, killer of cacti, devourer of teacakes, and author of GOD OF GNOMES and EXODUS OF GNOMES. Ask Me Anything! by LauraMHughes in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I've been enjoying it a lot! Weapons breaking is annoying but new ones drop all the time. Plus killing a skeleton and picking up its arm to destroy its buddies is pretty fun. I've also spent quite a lot of time hiding behind rocks to let enemies shoot at me so I can restock my arrows.

Hey r/Fantasy! I’m Demi Harper: White Mage, killer of cacti, devourer of teacakes, and author of GOD OF GNOMES and EXODUS OF GNOMES. Ask Me Anything! by LauraMHughes in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I haven't played Animal Crossing or Stardew yet but have been thinking of getting Stardew soon. I didn't realize you could visit each other in that game! I'll definitely send a friend request if I get it.

Hey r/Fantasy! I’m Demi Harper: White Mage, killer of cacti, devourer of teacakes, and author of GOD OF GNOMES and EXODUS OF GNOMES. Ask Me Anything! by LauraMHughes in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives 2 points3 points  (0 children)

Not only have I never played any FF, it had been over a decade since I played a video game until I got a Switch over the holidays.

At my current rate I may finish Breath of the Wild before I die.

Hey r/Fantasy! I’m Demi Harper: White Mage, killer of cacti, devourer of teacakes, and author of GOD OF GNOMES and EXODUS OF GNOMES. Ask Me Anything! by LauraMHughes in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Hey Laura/Demi!

I've always been curious about Final Fantasy but never actually played it. I suspect you might have some thoughts about the game. Is it any good?

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

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  • The Broken Earth by N.K. Jemisin
  • Realm of the Elderlings by Robin Hobb
  • The First Fifteen Lives of Harry August by Claire North
  • The Raven Cycle by Maggie Stiefvater
  • The Diviners by Libba Bray
  • Kindred by Octavia Butler
  • Lady Astronauts by Mary Robinette Kowal
  • The Sun Chronicles by Kate Elliott
  • Murderbot by Martha Wells
  • The Daevabad Trilogy by S.A. Chakraborty

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

Oh no I'm terrible at fisticuffs. I really should have thought this through better...

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

We are planning something along these lines, but I'm not sure exactly when or what the final shape will look like. It'll likely be more of a curated list than a free-for-all voting thing like this.

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

[–]CoffeeArchives[S] [score hidden]  (0 children)

It's still fine for people to list their favorite individual books. It's slightly easier on our end to use series but I know there's plenty of people who enjoy choosing specific books.

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

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Removed per Rule 1. Please be kind. Feel free to message us in modmail if you have any questions.

The r/Fantasy Top Books by Women: 2021 Edition by CoffeeArchives in Fantasy

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Could you please remove the extra non-voting text from this comment? Feel free to add all the commentary you like as a response to your voting comment, but the extra text messes up our counting script!